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Prom 2017 "Enchanted Forrest"

Monthly Calendar

School Calendar

May
24
Soph. Elections
Dates & Times 05/24/2017
All Day
Summary Speeches during activity and elections at lunch
May
25
MASS
Dates & Times 05/25/2017
10:50 am -to- 11:50 am
Summary Ascension Thursday, Mass @ 10:50
May
26
AP Bio Whale Watch
Dates & Times 05/26/2017
All Day
Summary This is a makeup day that was cancelled twice in the fall for bad weather.
May
29
No School
Category No School Days
Dates & Times 05/29/2017
All Day
Summary Memorial Day
May
30
Schedule Adjust. A-G day
Category Schedule Change
Dates & Times 05/30/2017
All Day
Summary Today is the last day of senior classes and we are doing an A-G day (all classes). Take note of the rest of the week.
May
31
Awards Ceremony
Dates & Times 05/31/2017
All Day
Summary 10:00
May
31
Schedule Adjustment
Category Schedule Change
Dates & Times 05/31/2017
1:49 pm -to- 1:49 pm
Summary Click to see schedule for Awards Day
Jun
1
Sr. Exams
Dates & Times Starts: 06/1/2017 @ All Day
Ends: 06/6/2017 @ All Day
Summary Schedule Attached
Prior Events

Upcoming Events!

Wednesday, May 31, 2017 at 10 AM in the gymnasium
Thursday, May 25, 2017 at 10:50 AM in the gym
Monday, May 22, 2017 is our May Dress Down day for students with no infractions.
Friday, May 19, 2017 from 7 PM - 11PM at the Grappone Center (Concord, NH)
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Brady in the News

May
17
NH Catholic Schools Consecration of Mary
Mar
27
Little Shop of Horrors
Apr
26
Monte Carlo Night - Roll the Dice for Brady
Nov
12
Veterans Day Wall of Honor Ceremony
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Our Spring Annual Auction is live until Friday June 2. Click the link below to bid! A Reserved Parking spot & more! https://t.co/irgSk055L5
Come hang out and eat some yummy food tomorrow with some of our Brady community! https://t.co/mIfohku9Rf
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Don't forget that our annual Spring Auction is currently live from now until Friday, June 2nd! We have just added another item: Get your name on the Bishop Brady Driveway for one year! After the year is up, you can keep …
Posted on: May 23, 2017
A STATEMENT FROM PRINCIPAL ANDREA ISAAK ELLIOT ON THE PASSING OF FATHER GOODWIN: We were saddened to hear of the passing of Fr. Robert T. Goodwin on May 15, 2017. In the 60’s and 70’s, Fr. Goodwin taught mathematics and…
Posted on: May 22, 2017
Calling all Sohomore and Junior Families! Our Spring Online Auction for a Reserved Parking Spot closest to the front door for the entire 2017-2018 school year is now live. Now is the time to think about a special gift fo…
Posted on: May 22, 2017
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Just a reminder: No Cooking Tomorrow! Please join us for Bishop Brady Night at Chipotle!! Come out and support our Track and Field Team.
A STATEMENT FROM PRINCIPAL ANDREA ISAAK ELLIOT ON THE PASSING OF FATHER GOODWIN: We were saddened to hear of the passing of Fr. Robert T. Goodwin on May 15, 2017. In the 60’s and 70’s, Fr. Goodwin taught mathematics and theology and also served Bishop Brady as principal. He was an integral member of the community, and was especially critical in promoting and growing the drama program. His love of music, theater, and life was palpable and contagious. Fr. Goodwin not only educated our students, but served as a mentor and role model to many. Our condolences go out to his family, his colleagues, and his former students. Please feel free to share your memories of Fr. Goodwin here, and join us in praying for him.
‪Just a reminder that tomorrow is the end of the month dress down for anyone who has been in dress code all month. ‬
Just a few group candids pre-Prom! Everyone looked amazing! More to come!
Check out some Friday photos from one of Mrs. Sica's English classes. Today they had some fun playing homemade games. The game's design was based on Ernest Hemingway's novel: A Farewell to Arms. #BradybeingBrady
"The Giants of Bishop Brady" Sam, a member of the class of 2019, was one of the 80 students who participated in this past April vacation’s Habitat for Humanity trip. He chose to partake in Habitat for Humanity to get more service experience and try something new. Sam intends to go on Habitat again next year. Sam said, “Habitat for Humanity was an eye opening experience. To see the amounts of poverty and destruction from one flood was truly unbelievable. So much devastation still affecting many families one year later. It felt satisfying to help the many people in need. There was this one man whose wife died in the flood who sat and talked to us one day. Knowing we were helping him and others like him was so rewarding. My favorite experience from the trip was the last night getting to chat, reflect, and spend time with the other students and administrators on the trip. It was an overall great bonding experience and nice to hear the various impacts this service on everyone”.
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